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9 thoughts on “ Feel All Right - Cornell Dupree - Teasin (CD, Album)

  1. Kazrataur
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    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Cornell Dupree - Teasin' at Discogs. Complete your Cornell Dupree collection.
  3. Vobei
    May 04,  · Cornell Dupree; Guitar Will Lee; Bass Eric Parker; Drums, Percussion Paul Shaffer; Piano Mitch Margold; Piano, Organ. Cornell Dupree "Feel All Right" from album "Teasin'" - .
  4. Faukree
    Album · · 8 Songs. Sign In Open in iTunes. Sign In Teasin' Cornell Dupree Jazz • Preview SONG TIME Teasin' 1. PREVIEW Blue Nocturne. 2. PREVIEW Jamaican Lady. 3. PREVIEW Feel All Right. 4. PREVIEW How Long Will It Last? 5. PREVIEW.
  5. Megrel
    Cornell Luther Dupree (December 19, – May 8, ) was an American jazz and rhythm & blues guitarist. He worked at various times with Bill Withers, Donny Hathaway, King Curtis and Steve Gadd, appeared on David Letterman, and wrote a book on soul and rhythm & blues guitar.
  6. Taujar
    Sep 29,  · [ Teasin’ ] Composed by Curtis Ousley, Delaney Bramlett Tokyo Fusion Night /09/29 Rehearsal Camera: SONY HDR-MV1, Zoom Q2n and Zoom Q2 HD Software: Adobe Premiere Elements 15 and Cubase.
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  8. Daicage
    A fantastic album of instrumental music from Aretha Franklin's guitarist and Atlantic studio musician, Cornell Dupree. Musicians include Chuck Rainey on bass, Bernard Purdie on drums, and David "Fathead" Newman on sax. The version of Ray Charles "What Would I do Without You?" is worth the price of this disc alone/5(7).
  9. Kekus
    The first album as a leader by guitarist Cornell Dupree – but one that was recorded after years of jazz, soul, and rock session and sideman work during the 60s and 70s! It's great to finally hear Cornell get out in front of the mix – hitting those lean, stretched-out lines that always made other folks' records sound so great – but which are even better here in the laidback.